In April, we announced that after 13 years of leading the NEA Foundation, Harriet Sanford would step down from her position as CEO and President in 2019. I am writing to share the exciting news that, after a six-month, nationwide search, the Foundation’s Board of Directors selected Sara Sneed to become the next President and […]Read more »
Ideas & Voices
Great educators have great stories. This series gives a glimpse of the ideas, practices, and experiences of the recipients of the NEA Foundation’s California Casualty Awards for Teaching Excellence. Today, we’re sharing the words of Terrilyn Fleming, an arts educator at J. Graham Brown School in Louisville, KY. I’ve found that exchanging ideas with other educators […]Read more »
WASHINGTON, D.C. (November 13, 2018) — To celebrate International Education Week, the NEA Foundation is releasing a book written by educators for educators focused on global learning. Twelve Lessons to Open Classrooms and Minds to the World includes lesson plans for every grade. The book is the culmination of an extensive year-long global learning professional […]Read more »
Great educators have great stories. This series gives a glimpse of the ideas, practices, and experiences of the recipients of the NEA Foundation’s California Casualty Awards for Teaching Excellence. Today, we’re sharing the words of Michael Pope, an 8th grade science educator at Zama American Middle School in Camp Zama, Japan, Armed Forces Pacific. Teaching excellence […]Read more »
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